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Divorce Mediation Services Minnesota

November 30, 2015

Why Divorce Mediation WorksThanksgiving has came and gone. Were you able to take in any it? No, your life may not be perfect right now. You’re right, you probably don’t deserve what’s happened to you. Even so, did you think about things that you are thankful for? Yes, divorce is tough. It is arguably one of the worst experiences throughout one’s life. Fortunately, it is just one part of your life. So many couples go through divorce angry and upset because all of their emotions are still intertwined and very much so, still “raw.” Divorce doesn’t have to be devastating for your family. At Johnson Mediation, we help Minnesota couples that are looking for a way to move forward with their life in a positive way.

Emotional Support

During divorce, plenty of emotions and mixed feeling are surfaced and channeling those feelings can play a big role in keeping your divorce drama-free. This is important especially when children are involved. During mediation, we can help you deal with these complex emotions by providing techniques and support to cope with during the divorce process and even long after.

Logistical Support

Emotions aside, there is a lot of logistics that play a major role during divorce. Parenting plans, split schedules, social obligations, etc. These are all things that can be affected during divorce. During divorce mediation, you will have an opportunity to discuss all the details needed within the agreement. This has shown a much better success rate for those looking to co-parent after divorce.

Legal and Financial Support

Too often, divorcing couples think that the only option they have is hiring lawyers and battling it out in a courtroom. Divorce mediation can provide couples with Minnesota legal information that will help them to make fully informed decisions about their future, at a fraction of the cost.

During Divorce Mediation

During mediation, a third neutral party sits down with each couple and helps them to resolve the issues in their divorce. They allow uninterrupted time for each person to speak, clarify confusing points, and help make communication more civilized and clear. The mediator makes no decisions and takes no side. At the end of mediation, the mediator will document all agreements made during that time and let each participant review it before turning it over to the legal system.

So, while your life may seem like it’s crumbling, take time to be thankful for all the life you have yet to live! Be thankful for the opportunity to make positive choices in the future. Start your new journey today and call Johnson Mediation in Minnesota at (952) 401-7599.

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